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January 22, 1960 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-01-22

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A group of Detroit investors,
led by John S. Kaplan, of Bell-
wood Dr., Southfield, is par-
ticipating in financing a $3,-
400,000 luxury hotel in Tel
Aviv, Israel.
Meeting Monday night in
Kaplan's home, the local group
determined the extent to which
they will invest. in the 200-room
hotel, which is currently under
construction and will be opened
around the High Holy Days this
In New York this week,
Irvine S h u b e r t, senior vice-
president ofthe Sheraton Corp.
of America, signed an agree-
ment for management and oper-

At a recent reception in their
home, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Goldstein, of Judy Lane, Birm-
ingham, announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Judith
Ann, to Stuart Gary Schaeffer,
son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Schaeffer, of Chicago, Ill.
Miss Goldstein attended the
University of Michigan. Her
fiance is a graduate of the Mas-
sachusetts Institute of Tech-
Stackler Harman Shubert
A May wedding is being
ation of the hotel, which will
bear the name "Sheraton-Tel
Show Crown Jewels, Aviv.
The hotel will thus be the
first to be operated by the huge
Old Bridal Gowns
hotel chain outside the conti-
at Birthday Fete
nental limits of the United
Crown jewels and wedding States.
Construction was first started
gowns will be modeled by mem-
bers of Temple Emanu-El Sis- by a group of Israelis in 1951.
terhood at their seventh birth- Through t h e American-Israel
day luncheon-meeting at 12:30 Chamber of Commerce and In-
dustry, the Israeli interests
p.m. Monday.
The jewels to be modeled were taken over by a group of
are part of a collection brought American investors, headed by
from Europe and the Far East S i d n e y Stackler of Chicago.
This group is known as the
by a local jeweler who also will Hotel
Corp. of Israel.
show some of his original de-
In signing the agreement,
signs in gems. Jewelry will be
expressed the faith of
modeled by Mesdames William Shubert
the Sheraton Corp. in the future
Deutsch, Al Finn, Albert Lie-
berman and Samuel Seyburn. development of Israel tourism.
Wedding gowns are those of He said that the industry may
Sisterhood member s, their well double or triple to between
mothers and grandmothers. The 200,000 and 300,000 visitors in
"brides through the years" will the next five years.
be Mesdames Jack Dublin, Man-
nie Fishman, Ramon Gerson,
Richard Kotzer, Milton Lucow,
Bernard Lieberman, 0. Silver-
stein, Myron Unger and Melvin
Two separate meetings of
The program will be under Hadassah groups, one in the
the direction of Mrs. Shirley afternoon the other in the eve-
Harris. Information and res- ning of Feb. 2, at Hadassah
ervations may be obtained from House, 16240 W. 7 Mile, were
Mrs. Harry Kretchmer, UN announced this week.
Bagley North and South to-
gether with Central Woods will
jointly at 12:30 p.m., when
Leon Cohen Wins WSU meet
a luncheonette will be served.
In observance of Jewish Culture
Scholarship Award
Month, Jerome Bayer, drama de-
Two outstanding members of partment director for the Jew-
the Wayne State University ish Community Center, will dis-
mid-year graduating class were cuss "On Stage, American
honored at "Swing-In" cere- Jew."
monies, Jan. 14. Patricia Btini-
Mrs. Samuel Rhodes and Mrs.
ford, of 15885 Coyle, and Leon Irving Beal are program chair-
Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. men of Bagley North and South,
William Cohen, of 18436 Indi- respectively. Mrs. Morse Botwin
ana, received the annual David and Mrs. Julius Pollak, respec-
D. Henry Awards for Lead- tive presidents, invite all mem-
ership and Scholarship in the bers to attend.
Community Arts Auditorium.
The Schaefer Group is invit-
Award winners are selected ing husbands of members to a
by the senior class board and program planned for 9 p.m.,
were presented medals by Uni- when a fashion show of male
versity President Clarence B. apparel will be presented, ac-
cording to Mrs. George Wein-
Cohen will graduate from the garden, president.
School of Business Administra-
tion as an accounting major. He Gubernatorial Preferences
has been active in the National
In the opinion of editors of
Student Association, holding
posts on the regional executive Michigan daily and weekly
committee, national executive newspapers, Paul Bagwell, G.
committee and as vice-presi- Mennen Williams and James M.
dent • of the group. He was Hare would be the three most
elected president of Omicron powerful vote-getters in a
Delta Kappa for two semesters, Michigan gubernatorial primary
and is a member of Tau Epsilon contest.
The poll was conducted by
Cohen and Miss Bumford will the Michigan Press Service at
receive their degrees along with the request of Albert Letvin, of
1,540 other WSU graduates at 17379 Livernois, insurance and
the ceremonies Feb. 4 at Ma- real estate man "interested in
better government."
sonic Temple.

Hadassah Groups
to Meet on Feb. 2


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Rabbi Wine to Review 'Eva'
at Council Activities Center.

Participants in the program
of the Council Activities Center,
sponsored by the Detroit Sec-
tion, National Council of Jewish
Women, will hear a book re-
view by Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine
on Wednesday.
Rabbi Wine, assistant rabbi'
of Temple Beth El, will review
"Eva," Meyer Levin's new
novel at 2 p.m.; in the center,
8432 W. McNichols.

For the
Perfect Affair .. .

Mickey Woolf

and His Orchestra

UN 3-3737

Happy about the success of their recent program to aid
the Israel Bond campaign are these members of the Albert
Einstein Lodge and Chapter of Bnai Brith, left to right, back
row, JOE GOLDBERG, Lodge Israel chairman; Mrs. HERMAN
AUSTER, Chapter vice-president; and MAX FRIDMAN, Lodge
president; seated, Mrs. MAX TYNER, Chapter vice-president;
Mrs. JACK GILBERT, president; Mrs. MAX SOLARZ, Israel
co-chairman; and Mrs. SAM ROTHBERG, Israel chairman.
* * *
A group of refugees, who at- programs for the Bond drive
tribute the fact that they are included contributions by seven
alive and well and citizens of lodges and chapters of $13,800
the United States of America and another of eight lodges and
solely to the grace of God, chapters which netted $7,800
showed their appreciation most in sales.
positively last week.
The men and women, mem-
bers of Albert Einstein Lodge
and Chapter of Bnai Brith, com-
posed almost completely of es-
capees from Nazi persecution,
purchased $12,400 in Israel
Bonds at the closing meeting
of Detroit's Bnai Brith program
for Israel.
It was their way of saying
that their kinsmen who escaped
to Israel will not again have
to live in fear of fascist or
totalitarian aggression.
One of the smallest groups
among the Bnai Brith Council's
27 lodges and chapters, Einstein


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members made the largest single

Bond purchase in the history of
the Bnai Brith Israel Bond pro-
gram, and nearly doubled their

effort of a year ago.
And they did it with only two
sales of $1,000. The rest ranged
in amounts of $100 to $500, most
of the purchases being of the
smaller sum.
This fact is significant be-
cause it indicates almost 100 per-
cent participation in the Israel
Bond program by Einstein mem-
bers. Most of them are com-
paratively recent arrivals to our
shores and are not on solid
economic ground, y e t they
keenly feel the need of support-
ing all efforts for Israel, which
they know is the one hope of
persecuted Jews throughout the
The Einstein "Night in Is-
rael," which featured the par-
ticipation - of Bob Lurie and
S h i m o n and Ilana Gewirtz
brought Bnai Brith over its
$150,000 goal in the sale of Is-
rael Bonds.
Sam Gottlieb, Council Israel
chairman, stated that earlier

Folk School PTA Sets
Talk on Anti-Semitism

A Parent Teachers Associa-
tion meeting of the United Jew-
ish Folk Schools is planned for
9 p.m., Thursday, in the Hayim
Greenberg Center, 19161 Schae-
fer, when officers will be
Walter Klein, assistant direc-
tor of the Jewish Community
Council, will speak on "Organ-
ized Anti-Semitism Today," a
report on the recent eruptions
of prejudice in all parts of the
world. A question and answer
period will follow.
The new Folk School term
will begin on Feb. 1, and regis-
tration is currently taking place
in the nursery school, ages 31/2
to 5, and elementary classes,
7 to 13.

Conscience in a small town
is ably assisted by the neigh-
bors. •

Hudson's hails Scouting's
Golden Jubilee with
a special presentation


February 3-10

Presented in cooperation with the
Detroit Area Boy Scout Council — this
exciting showing will picture three
levels of Scouting: Cub, Boy and
Explorer. Just about every phase of
Scouting will be demonstrated by the
Scouts themselves: camping to cooking,
first aid to skin diving. See it in
Hudson's Downtown 12th Floor Audi-
torium, February 3 and on.

13 -THE DETR OIT JEWISH NEWS—Frid ay, January 22, 1960

Miss Goldstein Plight; Detroit Investors Einstein Bond Purchases Push
Troth to Chicagoan Among Backers Bnai Brith Drive Over the Top
of Israel. Hotel

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